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Our Family Break Up Wills are specifically designed for those whose relationship has broken down, as they offer the opportunity to write a new Will pre-divorce and then make changes to the Will at a later date (within a year) at no additional cost.
Our fixed-price Family Break Up Will starts from only £145 +VAT (£174). This price includes secure storage of your Will for the rest of your life. After speaking to one of our specialist solicitors, you will receive a personalised price in writing for your Will, which will not change further down the line.
Your Partner Could Get Everything
Have you ever thought about what would happen to your estate if you were to die before you and your now ex-partner were divorced?
According to the law in England and Wales, if you are still married, your spouse would inherit your estate. If you have children, some of your estate would go to them too, but the majority would still be given to your spouse.
Until your divorce is finalised – which happens when you get your decree absolute – you are still seen as being married. As a result, if you have already made a Will in which your Spouse is a beneficiary, they would still receive your estate, as per the terms of your Will.
Alternatively, if you died intestate (without a Will), the rules of intestacy would apply and your spouse would still be the main beneficiary of your estate.
Benefits of our Break Up Wills Service
Austin Kemp’s Break Up Wills Service is the ideal way to ensure that should the worst happen, your assets will go to those who you want to benefit from your estate. One of the main advantages of using this service rather than writing a new Single Will, is that you can make sure your current situation is reflected in your Will and then make the necessary changes at a later date, when your divorce goes through, at no additional cost (within a year).
Writing a Will is the best way to ensure your wishes about who benefits from your estate and who administers your finances after your death, are taken into account.
We Will Help You to Make a Will
Here at Austin Kemp, we believe that making a Will should be easy, hassle-free and above all, affordable.
Our specialist solicitors will work with you to ensure that your Will reflects your wishes regarding how your assets are distributed after your death. We will help you through every stage of the process, to make sure that your loved ones are protected and their future is secure, should the worst happen.
Once your Will is written, we will send you a draft copy through the post to approve. After you have confirmed that you are happy, you will be sent your original Will to sign.
We will then store your Will securely, free of charge, for the rest of your life.
If at any point during the process you have any questions, our specialist solicitors will be ready and waiting to help at the end of the telephone.
What’s more, if after your death your Executors or loved ones need help with administering your Will, our free support service is only a phone call away and is included in the price of your Will.
Our fixed-fee Wills mean that you can rest safe in the knowledge that once you have received your quote from us in writing, the cost will not change.
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